Smart Speaker Market Isn't What It Seems, Apple Considering Lower Entry-Level iPad Pricing, U.S. Senate Passes Tax Bill

Today's Above Avalon email includes the following stories: 

  • Smart Speaker Market Isn't What It Seems
  • Apple Considering Lower Entry-Level iPad Pricing
  • U.S. Senate Passes Tax Bill

We kick off today's email by continuing the discussion found in last week's AboveAvalon.com article ("A Stationary Smart Speaker Mirage"). Specifically, we address some of the pushback to my thesis. The discussion then turns to the latest iPad rumor involving Apple thinking about cutting entry-level iPad pricing. We go over why I think the company is considering the move. The email concludes with my thoughts on where things stand regarding Apple following the U.S. Senate passing its bill rewriting the U.S. tax code.

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